Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Speaks to Tyler County Middle School Students

On the afternoon of Friday, October 28, 2022, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey spoke to the students of Tyler County’s Middle School. The event took place in the school gymnasium. Mr. Morrisey began his remarks with a description of the duties of his office. He characterized his job as a really cool job because he gets to help people. He told the assemblage of young people that his job is to help with the law and to make sure that consumer protection laws and civil rights laws are upheld, and to make sure that all the laws are followed and that people are not taken advantage of by others who don’t want to follow the law. He said he and his staff are involved in litigation on behalf of the citizens of West Virginia. Mr. Morrisey offered an analogy to the students. He said, “If you don’t follow the rules here at school, you have to go to the Principal’s Office. If people don’t follow the rules of the State, they have to come to my office.”

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